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jefito

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  1. Yes. A copy of the document that you added is stored in the Evernote database on your hard drive, as well as the original in its original location.
  2. The approach that Evernote seems to be leaning towards -- at least in their public statements -- is to add support for a new date field, which will allow other 3rd party task managers (including those that already exist) to integrate with Evernote. BTW, you may be interested in the TuskTools product; there's a forum thread on it here: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=28913
  3. Just so long as they spell your name correctly...
  4. Weird. That sounds like a bug report to me then (I'd add in a whine about the case sensitivity too )
  5. I checked the API (https://www.evernote.com/about/developer/api/evernote-api.htm) and came up with this section on the 'author' search term: I tried it in the Windows client, and it seemed to work. I seems to be case sensitive, however, so not as helpful as it might be.
  6. A Mac forum search on "version 2" found this post, with a link to an older version of Evernote attached: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=28806&p=123592&hilit=version+2#p124280. Dunno if that's the correct one, but that would be how I'd proceed.
  7. The Windows version depends on your login account being secure. If you need things kept private, then you should set up a separate login account for yourself.
  8. I doubt that anyone is going to take up their time to notify you when it's not important enough for you to check back yourself, but you can subscribe to the thread by clicking on the Subscribe Topic link at the bottom of the page.
  9. Is this a development question? If so, you should probably be posting in the Developer's subforum. Aside from that, if you want images to be OCR'd by Evernote, then you'll need to sync to the Evernote servers, as that's where the OCR is performed, as far as I understand it.
  10. Add a note is supposed to be how that goes away...
  11. Not that I've ever heard of, particularly on the Windows client, which is what I mostly use. I've thought that tagging rules would be a great addition to Evernote fo awhile; sounds like your scenario would fit right in. Since you're on the Mac, there may be an AppleScript solution possible, but that's outside of my Windows ken...
  12. I think that Evernote is not set up for simultaneous access to a single note database. For one thing, the database name is keyed to the user name. How much space are we really talking about here? A few GB per user?
  13. Not that I know of, at least on the Windows client.
  14. You could also keep a local notebook on your home machine, which won't sync to the cloud and be visible to other machines where you have Evernote installed.
  15. Talk to your IT people? I mean, where I work, circumventing IT policy is generally a serious offense, but sometimes, they implement blanket policies, and can be persuaded. Or go to your boss and let them know how useful Evernote is in performing your job.
  16. Mine is Paul Lynde. Hollywood Squares, where are you now?
  17. Let's face it; if you never rise above 50%, then you probably have twice the CPU that you actually need. These things can run to 100% without being harmed, in general. So there's no real danger in having your CPU spike to 95%, except for the following: * if it lasts a long time, there may be a problem with your software (Evernote in this case); depends on what's being performed -- thumbnail generation for a lot of notes may *take* a long time * if your software doesn't yield to other programs; i.e., your system stops being responsive * if you're running on battery power, this will probably run it down faster, and you will probably heat up somewhat (hence the fan)
  18. OK, fair enough -- for my part, I wouldn't seek to restrain you from saying whatever you want to anyone you choose, including this forum. I'd just hope that you would give Evernote a fair shot at trying to help you out, in their normal process, before advocating too strongly against their products. After all, bugs occur in almost all software, but support is also part of a proper evaluation. And they may yet have a way for you to recover your data.
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